I’m trying to run data from SherlockMerlin through the latest version of fMRIPrep and am running into an issue because one of the values for slice timing is 1.50003 which is slightly larger than the TR time which is 1.5. Does anyone know what this sort of problem might be coming from and the best way to fix? I’m guessing simply editing the value to be 1.5 is not advised?
The error I receive:
Standard error: ++ 3dTshift: AFNI version=Debian-16.2.07~dfsg.1-5~nd16.04+1 (Jun 12 2017) [64-bit] ^[[7m*+ WARNING:^[[0m If you are performing spatial transformations on an oblique dset, such as /scratch/Fri/jsmentch/cache/fmriprep_wf/single_subject_19_wf/func_preproc_task_MerlinMovie_wf/bold_stc_wf/slice_timing_\ correction/sub-19_task-MerlinMovie_bold.nii.gz, or viewing/combining it with volumes of differing obliquity, you should consider running: 3dWarp -deoblique on this and other oblique datasets in the same session. See 3dWarp -help for details. ++ Oblique dataset:/scratch/Fri/jsmentch/cache/fmriprep_wf/single_subject_19_wf/func_preproc_task_MerlinMovie_wf/bold_stc_wf/slic\ e_timing_correction/sub-19_task-MerlinMovie_bold.nii.gz is 22.319094 degrees from plumb. ^[[7m** FATAL ERROR:^[[0m Illegal value 1.50003 in tpattern file slice_timing.1D ** Program compile date = Jun 12 2017 Return code: 1